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Old 07-28-2021, 07:59 PM   #1
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Hello all, I am wschoenne from British Columbia. Have a 2000 Maxum SCR. I am looking for a main indicator light on the main electrical panel showing red and green light.. It is a Solico part number 3252-3-50-19452, as near as I can tell. Talked to Solicoo and to Distributor Hawk, and minimum order is 250 from them.. Anyone know where I can get only one.
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Hello all, I am wschoenne from British Columbia. Have a 2000 Maxum SCR. I am looking for a main indicator light on the main electrical panel showing red and green light.. It is a Solico part number 3252-3-50-19452, as near as I can tell. Talked to Solicoo and to Distributor Hawk, and minimum order is 250 from them.. Anyone know where I can get only one.
Year = 2000
Model = ?(2400,2700,2800,2900,...) SCR
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The boat is a year 2000, 2400 SCR, 5.7 vortec / Bravo 3.
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West marine has LEDs that I used to repair mine
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I'd really like to understand how you wires/mounted your 'repaired' light ... myself, and several others have been trying to solve this problem for years - we've of course run into the 'have to buy a ton' of the lights to get one, and we can never get enough 'committed' folks to buy in bulk.

https://www.maxumownersclub.com/foru...ight-8574.html

https://www.maxumownersclub.com/foru...ghts-8786.html
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The LEDs are polarity sensitive so you wire the AC light + to + and the reverse polarity light + to neutral and - to hot
I removed the lens and existing lamps, drilled a hole just big enough to install the LED.
Next time I would drill a hole in the lens as the LEDs are not bright enough to see in bright daylight!
Can not remember what I did with the ground.
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The LEDs are polarity sensitive so you wire the AC light + to + and the reverse polarity light + to neutral and - to hot
I removed the lens and existing lamps, drilled a hole just big enough to install the LED.
Next time I would drill a hole in the lens as the LEDs are not bright enough to see in bright daylight!
Can not remember what I did with the ground.
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Don so this is a single LED package with 2 internal LEDs with 1 filled in polarity; correct? Did you need at add a resistor or is this package rated for 110VAC?
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Don so this is a single LED package with 2 internal LEDs with 1 filled in polarity; correct? Did you need at add a resistor or is this package rated for 110VAC?
They are 120 volt, no resister needed.
West Marine is where I got mine, Red, And Green.
I used colored ones, don't know if they had clear ones or not.
Clear ones would probably work better at lighting through the lens.
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Don so this is a single LED package with 2 internal LEDs with 1 filled in polarity; correct? Did you need at add a resistor or is this package rated for 110VAC?
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No they are single LEDS!
Sorry I missed that.
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No they are single LEDS!
Sorry I missed that.
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If it turn red or green it is actually 2 LEDs in the same package. Not 2 separate LEDs.
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Mine are separate lamps 1 green and 1 red, I used separate LEDs 1 red and 1 green.
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Mine are separate lamps 1 green and 1 red, I used separate LEDs 1 red and 1 green.
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With so little long distance cruising the last two years, the budget for fuel meant plenty of loose change ($82.60 @ Custom Marine) to splurge and get stuff that wasn't necessary, but I still wanted to replace the dim/out lights. SO HAPPY I did ... piece of mind is worth the $$ when you have it available. Easy wiring. Snap in fit was perfect.
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